Optimist Club and a Boy Scout leader. He
served with the Marine Corps in WWII and
received the Purple Heart for his part in the
invasion of Iwo Jima. He belonged to Alpha
Kappa Psi at UNC. Dr. A. Donald Wolff
(’ 54 MD), 79, of Winston-Salem; Dec. 12,
2007. Wolff specialized in radiation oncology,
holding positions in North Carolina, West
Virginia and Florida. He retired to Clemmons
in the early ’90s.
’ 60 William Finley Davis (’ 60
BSBA) of Morganton has been
selected as the initial member of
the Burke County Board of Realtors Hall of
Fame. Davis was honored for lifetime achievement in support of the real estate profession.
Donna Irving Lambeth (’ 60 AB) of Winston-Salem has been elected board chair of
Friendship Force International, a nonprofit that
promotes international understanding and
service with members in 40 U.S. states and 58
countries. Lambeth also serves on the advisory
board for the N.C. Center for International
Understanding. William Whitaker Moose
Sr. (’ 60 BSPHR) and his son, William
Whitaker Moose Jr. (’87 BSPHR), of
Mount Pleasant, co-owners of the Moose
Pharmacy, celebrated 125 years of service since
A. W. Moose opened the pharmacy in 1882.
Bettie Rachel Baise (’ 60 MSN), 88, of
Winston-Salem; Jan. 21, 2008. Baise, a registered nurse, retired as an instructor of nursing
at Davidson County Community College.
Earlier in her career, she was assistant director
of the nursing school at N.C. Baptist College.
Robert Bernard Camp (’ 60 AB), 71, of
Kernersville; Jan. 17, 2008. Camp was a computer sales associate and previously was a vice
president of marketing and sales for an insurance company. Richard Henry
Dohrmann (’ 60 ABEd, ’ 61 MEd), 68, of
Charlotte; Dec. 31, 2007. Dohrmann retired as
a teacher and coach with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. He managed the Jordan
Driving School. Hilton Paul Goldman
(’ 60 ABJO), 69, of Elizabeth, N.J.; Jan. 21,
2008. Goldman retired as a lawyer with
Bendit, Weinstein Law Firm. He was an arbitrator for the Essex County courts and was co-host of a radio talk show broadcast in the New
York metropolitan area. Active in many organizations, he was honored as Man of the Year by
the Elmora Hills Minyan. He belonged to Tau
Epsilon Phi at UNC. Robert Miller
McDaniel Jr. (’ 60 MSW), 75, of Morganton;
Feb. 9, 2008. McDaniel was the longtime
director of the Department of Social Services
at Broughton Hospital. He was a past president
of the N.C. Association of Social Work in
Mental Health. Ruth Graves “Tan”
Schwab (’ 60 MSN), 80, of Chapel Hill; Feb.
11, 2008. Schwab was an instructor in UNC’s
School of Nursing. In addition, she worked at
a rural health clinic in Prospect Hill and then
at the Orange County Health Department.
Among her community activities, she participated in the weekly Peace Vigil on Franklin
Street, was a Cub Scout den mother, helped
develop the Dispute Settlement Center and
served on the Salvation Army board.
’ 61 John Thurman Walser Jr. (’ 61
BSBA) of Lexington, a retired furniture executive, has been elected
mayor of Lexington. Walser has served on the
city council for 16 years.
Shirley Brim Adkins (’ 61), 72, of Raleigh;
Dec. 31, 2007. Adkins was a receptionist at a
travel agency. Elizabeth Moore Bullard
(’ 61 MEd), 77, of Olivia; Feb. 25, 2008. Bullard
retired as graduate professor of education at
the University of South Carolina. Previously,
she was director of international education for
the N.C. Department of Public Instruction and
had a public television show in Raleigh about
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